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4 Important Reasons To See Your OBGYN Feb 26th, 2018

Scheduling an appointment with your OBGYN can be an intimidating experience for many women, especially the first time. It can feel awkward and uncomfortable in the beginning, but going in for regular routine exams is incredibly important for your health. Here’s why: Your General Health It’s no secret that a...

Healthy Eating During Pregnancy Feb 20th, 2018

Eating well is one of the best ways to keep your body strong and healthy. When your pregnant, your body’s (and baby’s) need for nutrients is greatly increased, often increasing your food intake as well. That’s why it’s easy for many women to overeat during pregnancy, resulting in excessive weight gain....

Tips For Sleeping While Pregnant Feb 8th, 2018

Pregnancy is a wonderful and exciting time, but can also be exhausting. That’s why it’s important to get plenty of rest and keep your energy levels up. Here are a few tips from our team of experts on how to get a good night’s rest while pregnant:   Hydrate Make...

Staying Active During Pregnancy Jan 25th, 2018

There are many reasons for staying active during your pregnancy, including reduced weight gain, increased energy levels, and in some cases, easier labor and delivery. Here are some safe exercises we recommend to help you keep your activity level up while pregnant:   Walk! Walking is one of the best...

Curbing Pregnancy Cravings Jan 19th, 2018

Experiencing pregnancy cravings? You’re not alone! Many women throughout their pregnancies experience cravings for food from dairy and sweets to salty and savory. While it’s not entirely known why these cravings occur, there are a few ways to help keep them under control.   Prepare Meals and Snacks Ahead of...

5 Ways to Beat Morning Sickness Jan 9th, 2018

One of the most common symptoms you hear about when it comes to pregnancy is morning sickness, which effects approximately 70 percent of women. Occurring within the first trimester, morning sickness can start as early as four weeks of being pregnant and tends to peak around eight or nine weeks...

How Important Are Prenatal Vitamins? Dec 29th, 2017

Being pregnant is an exciting time, but can also be overwhelming and raise a lot of questions. One of the topics we are frequently asked about is Prenatal Vitamins. Why are they important? Which ones should I be taking? And how often?   Why Prenatal Vitamins Are Important? It’s no...

Soothing Heartburn During Pregnancy Dec 27th, 2017

Heartburn is a common symptom that many women experience during pregnancy. It’s caused by a growing uterus and progesterone - a hormone that relaxes your muscles and readies your body for birth. This size increase of your uterus coupled with relaxed muscles (including your stomach valve) allows acid to filter...

4 Medical Benefits of Botox Dec 11th, 2017

While Botox, a toxin made from a bacterium called Clostridium botulinum, is typically thought of as a cosmetic treatment due to its popular use of reducing wrinkles and fine lines of the skin, it actually serves a wide variety of purposes. Here are four medical benefits of Botox:   1....

What is Pre-Eclampsia? Mar 22nd, 2017

Pre-eclampsia is one of the more common and potentially dangerous pregnancy complications, that is typically characterized by a persistently elevated maternal blood pressure greater than of 140/90.  Pre-eclampsia usually begins no earlier than 20 weeks of pregnancy. It is known to be more common in women experiencing their first pregnancy...

Ovarian Cancer Mar 20th, 2017

Ovarian Cancer is called the silent killer because it is often not diagnosed until it is in an advanced stage. It is the second most common gyn cancer, but is the most common cause of death from a gyn cancer.

Postpartum Depression Mar 17th, 2017

Dr. Mallory discusses the  symptoms and treatment options for postpartum depression. If you or a loved one is having postpartum depression call for an appointment today.

Dysmenorrhea in Teens Feb 3rd, 2017

What is it? It is a crampy lower abdominal pain that occurs during menses when there is no other pelvic disease present.   What symptoms are associated with it? Symptoms that may accompany the cramping are nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, back pain and headache. They start with the onset of menstruation...

News: Breast Cancer Screening Oct 11th, 2016

This is the time of year you will be seeing “PINK” everywhere you look! As you know, October is “BREAST CANCER AWARENESS” month and you’ll be hearing about the importance of breast cancer screenings and stories about the women and men affected by breast cancer. Breast cancer is not selective; it does not care...

News: HIV Screening Jun 13th, 2016

June 27th is National HIV Testing Day, a day that was established as an annual observance to promote HIV testing. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 1,178,350 Americans are living with HIV; of those, approximately 240,000 are unaware of their HIV-positive status. Increasing the number of...

News: GROUP B STREPTOCOCCUS AND PREGNANCY Jun 13th, 2016

What is Group B Streptococcus?  Group B Streptococcus (Group B Strep) is a common bacterium that is found in the human body. It is normally harmless in healthy adults. Group B Strep can be found in the vagina in about 30% of pregnant women. Sometimes Group B Step can be...

News: Preventing Teen Pregnancy May 11th, 2016

Pregnancy affects 750,000 teens every year, and the vast majority (82%) are unintended. The good news is that this birth rate has been steadily declining since 1990. This decline is largely due to the increased use of contraceptives. However, the teen pregnancy, birth and abortion rate in the United States...

News: What is Breastfeeding? Apr 20th, 2016

My name is Hilliary Smith, Health Care Navigator for Healthy Start, and I assist moms in the All About Women OBGYN Panama City, Florida, main location.   I want to share with you my unique opportunity to continue my education with The Academy of Lactation Policy and Practice, Inc. to...

News: Our 1st Baby Celebration At All About Women of Chipley Apr 27th, 2015

For Immediate Release April 20, 2015 For Further Information Contact: All About Women Obstetrics and Gynecology Contact Tiffany Ayers, (850) 638-3771     Chipley, FL., April 27th, 2015 -- All About Women will celebrate “Our First Baby” by hosting a shower in honor of the first mother and her newborn...

News: Grand Opening in Chipley was a HUGE success! Aug 27th, 2014

We would like say Thank You to the Washington County Chamber of Commernce and the Northwest Florida Community Hospital in Chipley for supporting us and making our ribbon cutting such a great success. WE BELIEVE IN WASHINGTON COUNTY! It was a beautiful day and we enjoyed meeting more of the people in...

News: Prenatal Classes Begin September 2! Aug 20th, 2014

This first class will focus on nutrition, exercise, and turning OFF the aches and pains of pregnancy. All pregnant patients are invited, especially women in the first and second trimesters. Join your midwife for a fun filled class! Wear comfortable clothing and come ready to become an expert in your...

News: Back 2 School Event in Chipley Aug 15th, 2014

We enjoyed meeting so many mothers and grandmothers in Chipley on August 14! Our free raffle was a huge success with one lucky mother receiving the beautiful basket of goodies. Thank you to the Northwest Florida Community Hospital for allowing us to be a part of this fun event!     

News: OB-GYN Services Offered in Chipley May 8th, 2014

Providing modern-advanced, comprehensive, medical health care for all women of all ages beginning from before adolescence and teenage years, through adulthood, pregnancy, menopause, and post menopause.   We are pleased to announce our opening of our new All About Women OB-GYN office location on May 20, 2014 in Chipley, Florida....